Red Currant

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Binomial Name Ribes rubrum
Taxon Species
Description Red Currants are perennial, deciduous woody shrubs that produce hanging clusters of bright red, translucent edible berries that are 8-12 mm in diameter. Red Currants are more tangy than Black Currants. All currants are related to gooseberries and prefer damp, fertile soils. The berries can be eaten raw, but are often cooked into sweet and savory dishes, or made into jams, syrups, juice, and wine.
Sun Requirements Full Sun
Growing Degree Days
Sowing Method Cuttings
Spread (diameter) 120 centimeters
Row Spacing 150 centimeters
Height 150 centimeters

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